Colombians vote on Sunday in a deeply divisive presidential runoff with one candidate wanting to alter a fragile peace deal and the other promising to overhaul the economic model. Lisa Bernhard reports.
Attorney Michael Cohen was seen entering his New York City hotel Friday. Cohen is facing an FBI investigation of his business dealings related to the president and money paid to an adult film star. President Trump said Friday that Cohen is no longer his lawyer. (June 15)
President Donald Trump brought the world's two biggest economies to the brink of a trade war Friday by announcing a 25 percent tariff on up to $50 billion in Chinese imports to take effect July 6. Here's how it could affect the U.S. economy and consumers. (June 15)
Malaysian authorities are considering charging former prime minister Najib Razak with money laundering and misappropriation of property, a source familiar with the matter said. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
Bill Browder calls himself Vladimir Putin's number one enemy, and the feeling seems to be mutual. Two weeks after the money-manager turned campaigner was briefly arrested in Madrid on a Russian arrest warrant, Browder's back in the fight. Reuters' Lucy Fielder reports from Copenhagen.
German prosecutors could wrap up an investigation into alleged market manipulation by senior Volkswagen executives this year, the prosecutors said on Thursday, after ordering the carmaker to pay 1 billion euros to settle claims of emissions cheating. Sonia Legg reports
China's economy is finally starting to cool under the weight of a multi-year crackdown on riskier lending that is pushing up borrowing costs for companies and consumers, with data pointing to a broad slowdown in activity in May. David Pollard reports.
The raccoon was spotted climbing the ledges along the UBS Financial Services building downtown before it stopped to rest on the ledge of the skyscraper in St. Paul, Minnesota. STORY: 55857928
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell announced on Wednesday the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point, a move that was widely expected but still marked a milestone in the U.S. central bank's shift from policies used to battle the 2007-2009 financial crisis and recession
Britain's Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that a plumber hired on a self-employed basis was entitled to workers' rights, in a case that could increase pressure on firms in the gig economy to change their business models. David Pollard reports.
Dutch firm Adyen, which processes payments for Netflix, Facebook and eBay, saw its value double to $17 billion in a market debut on Wednesday reminiscent of the 1999 tech bubble. Laura Frykberg reports
Indonesia's online shopping market expands as people across the country are increasingly finding it more practical than making a trip to the market. Laura Frykberg reports.
Toshiba has unveiled a higher-than-expected $6.3 billion stock buyback that sent its shares up as much as 11 percent, as the Japanese firm followed up on a pledge to share proceeds from an $18 billion sale of its memory chip business. Laura Frykberg reports.
Inditex, the world's biggest clothing retailer and owner of fashion brand Zara, reported improved profitability on Wednesday for the first three months of its financial year despite negative currency effects. Laura Frykberg reports.
French supermarkets lead European shares with Casino leading gainers as investors warmed to its plans to sell assets. Shares in France's largest food retailer Carrefour also rose after it announced it was teaming up with Google to boost its online shopping business on its home turf. Sonia Legg reports
Crude prices eased Tuesday after OPEC said it's highly uncertain about the outlook for the oil market in the second half of the year. Fred Katayama reports.
Mongolia started to restore old Soviet buildings to tackle its housing crisis but had to put it on hold after the economy tanked, leaving many helpless and homeless.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has led an attack by global economic organisations on U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" trade policy, warning that clouds over the global economy "are getting darker by the day". Laura Frykberg reports.
War profiteers, terror financiers and drug traffickers sanctioned by the U.S. in recent years have used Dubai's real-estate market as a haven for their assets, a new report released Tuesday alleges. (June 12)
British factories had their worst month in five-and-a-half years in April, suggesting the economy's weak start to 2018 has persisted. And as Kate King reports, the fall out from Britain's decision to leave the EU also continues to weigh heavily on the UK.
Total says farmers blocking access to some of its refineries is having no impact on its business. Farmers are angry at the energy giant's plans to use imported palm oil, over their rapeseed oil. Laura Frykberg reports.
Germany sees no immediate solution to the trade dispute with the United States, and says Europe must act decisively in the wake of Donald Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on metals. As Kate King reports, the warning from the Germany’s economy minister follows similar ones from Canada and raises fears
Along with thousands of young people, families are also hitting the streets in a rare wave of protests in Jordan as many struggle to make ends meet. Emily Wither reports.
Ant Financial Services Group, operator of China's biggest online payment platform, says it has raised around $14 billion in what market watchers called the biggest-ever single fundraising globally by a private company. Ciara Lee reports.